REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Part of the Stack

I have a terrible time balancing my loves of photography, crafting....and reading.   In the past few years, I got out of the reading habit, but I didn't stop buying books.  I just finished Jodi Picoult's TheTenth Circle, a disturbing novel in so many ways.  Now I'm reading Charles Frazier's Northwoods, which is starting out strangely, too.   But at least I'm reading.  (I'm also taking and editing photos, and I'm paper-crafting!)


10 comments:

Madge Bloom said...

Love to read, of course love photography.. and paper, well love that too... what kind of paper crafts do you do?

Carole M. said...

whatever you choose; just 'enjoy the moment' Evelyn; sweet photograph ...

Daryl said...

when i started reading via the nook app on my iPad the amount of reading i was doing multiples ...

Lisa Gordon said...

However you do it, you do it well, Evelyn. Your photography and craft work are both so wonderful.

I have about 4 book waiting for me on my Kindle app. Hopefully when I am on summer break, I will get to them. :-)

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Well, look at you! Doing it all. :) I read Jodi Picoult last year and after two novels became tired of the formula. Just read The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls and loved it.

Michelle said...

Jodi Picoult always disturbs me a bit. Haven't read her for a while. Love Charles Frazier. I have a hard time balancing all my fun time things too.

Nancy Claeys said...

I picked up a Jodi Piccoult novel at the thrift store last week and it may be awhile before I get to it. I'm having trouble finding time to read too.

Candy C. said...

I would love to find time to read again. I have a couple of novels waiting "on the stack." :)

Rosie Grey said...

This really made me smile, Evelyn! But you are doing all this, and I admire you for it! I do take photos but hardly ever process them - they just sit on my hard drive. And then I "collect" papers and stamps and paints and inks... no, I don't make cards, in case you wanted to ask ;-) Oh, and I buy books :-)

Anne Payne said...

I feel the same way. I tend to go to extreme's, focusing on one hobby more than another. I would like to be more balanced but I review for several Christian publishing houses so that makes an obligation that has to be fulfilled! I see that we enjoy the same things; photography, reading and paper crafting :)